Ferrari driver Charles Leclerc is eager to strive an actual Le Mans 24 Hours after contesting the digital model of the well-known endurance motor race.
Leclerc was driving within the GTE class in a Ferrari 488 however his race was ruined by server points, which at one level left his automobile the wrong way up within the pit lane. The Monaco native completed 18th.
I do not know if I ought to snigger or cry…
Lastly managed to get again into the race, out of the pits and the automobile rolled on it is personal pic.twitter.com/lKUfaffmj4
— Charles Leclerc (@Charles_Leclerc) June 13, 2020
Regardless of these points, the three-time F1 race winner loved the entire expertise.
Thanks for being with me throughout the entire 24 hours guys !!
The primary 8/9 hours have been very enjoyable battling for positions. After the server drawback, it was extra about ending the race and that is it however nonetheless enjoyable.
Now I simply need to do the actual Le Mans although 😍
— Charles Leclerc (@Charles_Leclerc) June 14, 2020
The Le Mans digital occasion was held instead of the actual factor, which was imagined to be held on the Le Sarthe circuit on June 13 and 14. Because of the coronavirus pandemic, it has been rescheduled to Sept. 19 and 20.
Server points additionally damage two of Leclerc’s present F1 rivals, Crimson Bull’s Max Verstappen and McLaren’s Lando Norris, who teamed up along with Redline. They have been allowed to hitch the race after the ultimate purple flag interval however completed in 25th.
Two-time F1 champion and Le Mans winner Fernando Alonso teamed up with Rubens Barrichello, however their entry hit hassle within the first hour when their automobile ran out of gasoline. Alonso needed to serve a penalty for a collision with Simona de Silvestro however needed to serve it at his first cease somewhat than tackle gasoline. Just like the Verstappen/Norris entry, Alonso/Barrichello was reinstated.
Alonso had already logged off and gone out for a cycle when he was put again into the race.
We’re again ! No more bicycle till tomorrow night then…🚴♂️🚳 – 🏎✅ https://t.co/dU7ms2vvIP
— Fernando Alonso (@alo_oficial) June 13, 2020
The 2 former Ferrari drivers ended the race in 17th.